Comisiwn Brenhinol Archif & Llyfrgell Bwletin o Ddeunydd Newydd ei Gatalogio – Awst 2016

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Dydd Llun – Dydd Gwener 09.30 – 16.00,
Dydd Mercher 10.30 – 16.30.
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Awst 2016

Archif

Emergency Recording Collection: Cat. Ref. ERC

Material, predominantly measured drawings, received in the course of Emergency Recording, relating to:

 

General Digital Donations Collection: Cat. Ref. DD2016 

  • High resolution digital copy of a stereoscopic photographic print of the main gate of Raglan Castle, by Francis Frith, 1855: Cat. Ref. DD2016_006
  • Excavation report relating to the outbuilding at Plas Tirion; produced by W.T. Jones, 2015: Cat. Ref. DD2016_007

 

Investigators’ Digital Photography: Cat. Ref. DS2016/069-075

RCAHMW Investigators’ digital images relating to:

 

NMR Site Files

Photographs relating to:

 

RCAHMW Black and White Oblique Aerial Photographs

Black and white oblique aerial photographs relating to:

 

RCAHMW Chapels Photographic Collection

Black and white photographs relating to:

 

RCAHMW Digital Site Reports: Cat. Ref. RCSR

Air photo mapping report of WW1 practice trenches at Clyne and Fairwood Commons, Gower, 2016:

NPRN 421565, 421566, and 421739

 

Resurgam Submap Project Archive: Cat. Ref. RSM3

Large collection of colour slides arising from the Submap Project on the Resurgam wreck. These include: surface images of survey work, underwater images of the surface, and copies of documents and historic photographs.

Taken by the Archaeological Diving Unit, 1996-1997: NPRN 405760

 

Garth Point Pier, Bangor, from the South-East, 2007 DS2007_406_002 C.528824 NPRN: 34150

Garth Point Pier, Bangor, from the South-East, 2007,   DS2007_406_002,   C.528824,   NPRN: 34150

 

Llyfrau

Acoustics Committee of the Building research board of the department of scientific & industrial research, 1944, Post-War Building Studies No 14; Sound Insulation and Acoustics, London:  Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Allason-Jones, Lindsay. 2005. Women in Roman Britain, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Atkinson,Donald. 1970 reprint. Report on excavations at Wroxeter (the Roman city of Viroconium) in the County of Salop, 1923-1927, Oxford: University Press.

Bagley, J. 1971. Historical Interpretation: Sources of English Medieval History, 1066-1540. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books.

Barker, Philip. 1997. The Baths Basilica Wroxeter : excavations 1966-90, London: English Heritage.

Benedict, Ruth. 1961. Patterns of Culture, Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Bidwell, Paul T. 1979. The legionary bath-house and basilica and forum at Exeter, with a summary account of the legionary fortress, Exeter: Exeter City Council.

Bradley, Richard. 1978. The prehistoric settlement of Britain, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Breeze, David John. 2004. The Antonine Wall: the north-west frontier of the Roman Empire: proposed as a World Heritage Site, Edinburgh: Historic Scotland: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland.

Brewer, R. J. 2000. Roman fortresses and their legions, London: Society of Antiquaries of London.

Brewer, R. J. 2002. The second Augustan Legion and the Roman military machine, Cardiff: National Museums & Galleries of Wales.

Burnham, Barry C. 1990. The ‘small towns’ of Roman Britain, London: Batsford.

Carrington,P. (Ed.). 2002. Deva Victrix : Roman Chester re-assessed : papers from a weekend conference held at Chester College 3-5 September 1999. Chester: Chester Archaeology.

Central Office of Information. 1948.  Research in Housing Standards; An exhibition of the application of science to the study of building materials and methods of construction for the formulation of standards of comfort and efficiency in housing,  London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Childe, Gordon. 1944. The Story of Tools, London: Cobbett Publishing.

Clair, Colin. 1960. The things we need: Print, Watford: Bruce & Gawthorn.

Clair Colin. 1963.  Things we need; Coal, London: Bruce Publishing.

Cleary, A. S. Esmonde. 1991. The ending of Roman Britain, London: Routledge.

Copeland, T. 2009. Akeman Street: moving through Iron Age and Roman landscapes, Stroud: The History Press.

Creighton, John2006. Britannia: the creation of a Roman province, London: Routledge.

De Mare, Eric. 1963. Your Book of Bridges, London: Faber and Faber.

Development Committee of the Cardiff City Council. 1956. A Pictorial Guide City of Cardiff, Finchley: Progress Advertising Company.

Dobinson, C. S. 2000. Twentieth century fortifications in England volume ix 1 Airfield themes; studies in the evolution of Britain’s military airfields 1918-45, York, Council for British Archaeology.

Dobinson, C. S. 2000. Twentieth century fortifications in England / Volume 7, part 1 ; acoustics and radar: England’s early warning systems, 1915-45: text, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Dobinson, C. S. 2000. Twentieth century fortifications in England. vol. 7, part 2: acoustics and radar: England’s early warning systems, 1915-45: appendices, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Dobinson, C. S. 2000. Twentieth century fortifications in England. vol. 8, Civil defence in WWII: protecting England’s civil population, 1935-45, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Dobinson, C. S. 2000. Twentieth century fortifications in England. vol. 6, part 1, Coast artillery: England’s fixed defences against the warship 1900-56: Text, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Dobinson, C. S. 2000. Twentieth century fortifications in England. vol. 6, part 2, Coast artillery, 1900-56: appendices, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Dobinson, C. S. 2000. Twentieth century fortifications in England. Supporting paper AA/1, Searchlight sites in WWII: a sample list, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Dungworth, David. 2006. Science for historic industries: guidelines for the investigation of 17th- to 19th-century industries, Swindon: English Heritage.

Ellis, Peter. 2006. Wroxeter archaeology : excavation and research on the defences and in the town, 1968-1992, , Shrewsbury: Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society.

Evans, John Gwynne. 1941. Prehistoric Farmers of Skomer Island, Haverfordwest: West Wales Trust for Nature Conservation.

Farrar, Linda. 2000. Ancient Roman gardens, Stroud: Budding Books.

Fox, Cyril, Sir. 1941. A country house of the Elizabethan period in Wales: Six Wells, Llantwit Major, Glamorganshire; measured and drawn by the Ancient Monuments Branch of His Majesty’s Ministry of Works and Buildings / described by Sir Cyril Fox, Cardiff: The National Museum of Wales and by the Press Board of the University of Wales.

Fox, Sir Cyril. 1955. South Wales and Monmouthshire; Illustrated regional guide to Ancient Monuments No 4, London, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Gaffney,V. L. 2007-2013. Wroxeter, the Cornovii, and the urban process: final report on the Wroxeter Hinterland project, 1994-1997, Portsmouth: Journal of Roman Archaeology.

Garrod, A. P. 1984. Garrod’s Glouceste: Archaeological observations 1974-81, Bristol: Western Archaeological Trust.

Gill, Crispin. 1968. Buckland Abbey. England: s.n.

Grenter, Stephen. 1988. Hillforts of the Clwydians /Bryngaerau bryniau Clwyd, Mold: Clwyd County Council.

Guest, Peter. 2007. Iron age and Roman coins from Wales. Wetteren: Moneta.

Hamilton, Canon James. 2006. Bangor Abbey Through Fifteen Centuries, Bangor: Friends of Bangor Abbey and North Down Heritage Centre.

Hamilton Jenkin, A. K. 1978. Wendron Tin, Cornwall: Wendron Forge Ltd.

Harlech, Lord (W. Ormsby-Gore). 1970.  Southern England; Illustrated regional guide to ancient monuments No. 2, London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Harvey, David. 2012. Jameston Local History Pembrokeshire, Pembrokeshire: Heliotrope Publishing.

Howe, Thomas Noble. 1999. Ten books on architecture / Vitruvius, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Interdepartmental Committee appointed by the Minister of Health, the Secretary of State for Scotland & the Minister of Works. 1944. Post-War Building Studies No. 1; House Construction,  London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

James, Heather. 2004. Y Mynydd Du – 7000 o flynyddoedd o hanes / The Black Mountain – 7000 years of history, Brecon: Brecon Beacons National Park.

Jones, S. R and J. T. Smith. 1963. The Houses of Breconshire Part I the Builth District, Brycheiniog, Brecknock Society.

Jones, S. R and J. T. Smith. 1964. The Houses of Breconshire Part II the Hay and Talgarth District, Brycheiniog, Brecknock Society.

Jones, S. R and J. T. Smith. 1965. The Houses of Breconshire Part III, the Brecon District, Brycheiniog, Brecknock Society.

Jones, S. R and J. T. Smith. 1966/67. The Houses of Breconshire Part IV the Crickhowell District, Brycheiniog, Brecknock Society.

Jones, S. R and J. T. Smith. 1968. The Houses of Breconshire Part V the Defynnog District, Brycheiniog, Brecknock Society.

Jones, S. R and J. T. Smith. 1972. The Houses of Breconshire Part VI the Faenor (Vaynor) and Penderyn District, Brycheiniog, Brecknock Society.

Jones, S. R and J. T. Smith. 1972. The Houses of Breconshire Part VII the Ystradgynlais District, Brycheiniog, Brecknock Society.

Laws, Peter. 1967. Industrial archaeology in Bedfordshire, Bedford: Bedfordshire County Council.

Llangollen Publicity Association. 1984. The Beautiful Vale of Llangollen.

Lloyd Gruffydd, Ken. 2016. Maritime Wales in the Middle Ages: 1039-1542, Wrexham: Bridge Books.

Mac Mahon, Ardle (Ed.). 2005. Roman working lives and urban living. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

McWhirr, Alan.1981. Roman Gloucestershire, Gloucester: Sutton.

Mattingly, David. 2006. An imperial possession: Britain in the Roman Empire, 54BC-AD409, London: Allen Lane.

Ministry of Finance. 1963. Ancient Monuments of Northern Ireland: Volume II: Not in State Care, Belfast: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Morris, E. Ronald. 1988. A pictorial survey of old Llanidloes, Llanidloes: Powysland Club.

Munby, Julian. 2002. Stokesay Castle, London: England Heritage.

Quartermaine, Jamie; Trinder, Barrie; Turner, Rick. 2003. Thomas Telford’s Holyhead road – the A5 in North Wales. CBA research report no 135, York: Council for British Archaeology.

Stallibrass, SueThomas, Richard, Dr. 2008. Feeding the roman army: the archaeology of production and supply in NW Europe, Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Symons, S. 2009. Fortresses and treasures of Roman Wales, Derby: Breedon.

Taylor, Arnold J. 1969. Caenarvon Castle /Castell Caernarfon, Cardiff: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Wacher, J. S. 1995. The towns of Roman Britain, London: Batsford.

Waddlelove, E. 1999. The Roman Roads of North Wales: recent discoveries, Ruthin: Edmund Waddelove.

Wade Martins, Susanna. 2010. The English Model Farm; Building the Agricultural Ideal, 1700-1914, Oxford: Oxbow Books.

White, Mark. 2016. Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain, Oxford: Oxford Archaeology.

White, Roger. 2013. Wroxeter, the Cornovii and the urban process : final report on the Wroxeter hinterland project 1994-1997. Vol. 2, Characterizing the city, Oxford: Archaeopress.

Williams, David Henry. 2003. The Parish of Pool Quay with Arddleen (Ardd-Llîn): a history. Aberystwyth: Rev. David H. Williams.

World Archaeological Congress. 1986. Recent advances in the understanding of plant domestication and early agriculture: the World Archaeological Congress, 1-7 September 1986, Southampton and London, , London: Allen & Unwin.

World Archaeological Congress. 1986. The Pleistocene perspective: the World Archaeological Congress, 1-7 September 1986, Southampton and London. Volumes 1 and 2, London: Allen & Unwin.

World Archaeological Congress. 1986. Cultural attitudes to animals including birds, fish and invertebrates : the World Archaeological Congress, 1-7 September 1986, Southampton and London. Volumes 1, 2 and 3, London: Allen & Unwin.

World Archaeological Congress. 1986. The World Archaeological Congress, 1-7 September 1986, Southampton and London, final papers, Volumes 1, 2 and 3, London: Allen & Unwin.

Wright, T. 1872. Uriconium : a historical account of the ancient Roman city, and of the excavations made upon its site at Wroxeter, in Shropshire, forming a sketch of the condition and history of the Welsh border during the Roman period, Longmans, London: Green and Co.

 

Cyfnodolion

Archaeology Ireland, Spring 2015, vol. 29, no.1, iss. 111.

Archaeology Ireland, Winter 2015, vol. 29, no.4, iss. 114.

Cartographic Journal, vol. 53, no. 2, May 2016.

DBRG News (Domestic Buildings Research Group), no. 133, June 2016.

The Montgomeryshire Collections / Casgliadau Maldwyn, vol. 104 (2016).

Pembrokeshire Life, August 2016.

Pen Cambria, no. 32, Summer 2016.

Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter, no. 150, June 2016.

Post-Medieval Archaeology, vol. 49, part 2, 2015.

Post-Medieval Archaeology, vol. 49, part 3, 2015.

Sheetlines, no. 106, August 2016.

Talyllyn News, Talyllyn Railway Reservation Society, vols 10-109, and 250.

Touchstone, 2016.

C20 The Magazine of the Twentieth Century Society, no. 2, 2016.

 

Cylchgronau Gwasanaeth Ymwybyddiaeth Gyfredol

Sheetlines, No. 106, August 2016. Wynnstay Hall and the School of Military Survey, W. N. Saunders, p. 21-23.

 

Aberystwyth Harbour, 1985

Aberystwyth Harbour, 1985,   DI2007_1895,   C.417198,   NPRN: 34174

 

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